2014 World Cup: The state of the Ghana team for the Brazil tournament - a fan's view

With this year’s World Cup approaching, our team is getting ready to defeat the other teams from their group. Having defeated the United States during the last two World Cups, the team and the country is confident to defeat them for a third time.

Ghana will play in the World Cup in June

With this year’s World Cup approaching, our team is getting ready to defeat the other teams from their group. Having defeated the United States during the last two World Cups, the team and the country is confident to defeat them for a third time.

If you don’t only like watching soccer, but also enjoy playing it, you can find classifieds in Ghana with the section “Community Activities”, or put your own ad, make a team, and have fun with others with same interests. The people post ads to find teammates for a soccer match, or to do many other activities.

Talking about this year’s World Cup, there is a list of possible men that will be part of the team to represent us. The coach is James Kwesi Appiah, the Ghana’s assistant manager from 2007 to 2012.

Dividing the players by their position, they will probably be:

-        The forwards will be Andre Ayew, player of Marseille; Asamoah Gyan , player of Al-Ain; Christian Atsu, player of Vitesse Arnhem; and Jordan Ayew, also in Marseille team.

-        The midfielders, Kevin-Prince Boateng and Anthony Annan, players in Schalke; Michael Essien, player of AC Milan; Derek Boateng, player of Fulham; Mohammed Rabiu, in Kuban Krasnodar; Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu, playing in Udinese; Kwadwo Asamoah, player of Juventus; Sulley Muntari, player of AC Milan; and Wakaso Mubarak, currently playing in Rubin Kazan.

 

-        In the defender position, Samuel Inkoom, player of Platanias; Daniel Opare, playing at Standard Liege; Harrison Afful, player of Esperance; Isaac Vorsah, part of the Red Bull Salzburg team; John Paintsil, player of Santos;  Jonathan Mensah, playing at Evian; and John Boye, part of the Rennes team.

 

-        As for the goalkeepers, Adam Larsen, currently playing at Stromsgodset; Daniel Agyei, player of Free State Stars; and Richard Kingson, part of the Doxa Katokopia team.

The date of the matches is already chosen, our team will have to defeat United States in June 16th, Germany the 21st, and Portugal the 26th. We will enjoy watching all the team, especially if Kevin-Prince Boateng has to play against his brother Jerome, who plays for Germany.

By: Emmanuel Kwesi Agyei – You can also send your articles to editor@ghanasoccernet.com

READERS COMMENTS

  1. Ghanaman says:

    No Waris??

    Useless article

  2. Message Delivered From "God Almighty" says:

    Ghana Black Stars 2014 World Cup Winning Squad

    Ghana Black Stars 2014 World Cup: GOALKEEPERS

    • Adam Kwarasey (6 feet 3′ Tall + Good Shot Stopper + Good Reflexes + Good Shot Stopper against any of the best football players in the World)

    • Steven Adams (6 feet 1′ Tall + Good Shot Stoppper + Good Reflexes + Great Back-up for Adam Kwarasey)

    • Daniel Agyei (6 feet 1′ Tall + Penalty Save Expert + Good Shot Stopper + Good Reflexes)

    Ghana Black Stars 2014 World Cup: DEFENDERS

    • Yaw Ihle Amankwah (6 feet 5′ Tall + Center Back + Very Very Strong + Very Fast + Very Very Strong and Quality Header + Very Quality and Strong Tackler + Stamina + Quality Marking and Man-To-Man-Marking against any of the best football players in the World) (Must be naturalized very quickly)

    • Isaac Vorsah (6 feet 4′ Tall + Center Back + Very Strong + Good Tackler + Strong Tackler + Very Strong Header + Good Marking and Man-To-Man-Marking against any of the best football players in the World)

    • Jonathan Mensah (6 feet 2′ Tall + Center Back + Very Strong + Good Tackler + Strong Tackler + Very Strong Header + Good Marking and Man-To-Man-Marking)

    • Davidson Drobo-Ampem (6 feet 2′ Tall + Right-Back or Center Back or Right Wing-Back + Tackler + Very Skillful + Stamina + Very Good Crossing)

    • Godwin Antwi (6 feet 1′ Tall + Center Back or Defensive Mifielder + Very Very Strong + Very Fast + Very Good Stamina + Very Strong and Quality Header + Very Very Quality and Strong Tackler + Quality Marking and Man-To-Man-Marking against any of the best football players in the World)

    • Phil Ofosu-Ayeh (6 feet 0′ Tall + Right-Back or Center Back + Very Very Strong + Very Fast + Stamina + Very Quality and Strong Tackler + Quality Marking and Man-To-Man-Marking against any of the best football players in the World)

    • Kwadwo Asamoah (5 feet 10′ + Left-Back or Left Wing-Back or Left Winger or Attacking Midfielder + Tackler + Strong + Stamina + Very Good Crossing)

    • Curtis Obeng (5 feet 8′ + Right-Back or Right Wing-Back + Very Good Long Ball Throw-In + Tackler + Skillful + Stamina + Very Good Crossing) (Must be naturalized very quickly)

    • Daniel Opare (5 feet 8′ + Right-Back or Right Wing-Back or Left-Back or Left Wing-Back + Tackler + Skillful + Stamina + Very Good Crossing + Good Marking and Man-To-Man-Marking against any of the best football players in the World)

    Ghana Black Stars 2014 World Cup: MIDFIELDERS

    • Bennard Yao Kumordzi (6 feet 2′ Tall + Defensive Midfielder + Super Strong + Fast + Very Good Heading + Very Good Strong Tackler + Very Good Passer + Very Good Marking and Man-To-Man-Marking against any of the best football players in the World)

    • Mohammed Rabiu (6 feet 2′ Tall + Defensive Midfielder + Super Strong + Fast + Very Good Stamina + Very Good Heading + Very Good Strong Tackler + Very Good Marking and Man-To-Man-Marking against any of the best football players in the World)

    • Kevin-Prince Boateng (6 feet 1′ Tall + Defensive Midfielder or Box-To-Box Midfielder + Strong + Strong Tackler + With a very good team (like this team) he would be able to play very good against any of the best teams in the World)

    • Karim Bellarabi (6 feet 0′ Tall + Winger + Very Skillful + Elusive + Decisive + Very Good Crossing for Forwards + Super Fast + Quality Goal Finishing + Score Goals against the best defenders in the World) (Must be naturalized very quickly)

    • Andre Ayew (5 feet 9′ + Second Striker or Winger + Good Dribbler + Strong + Tackler + Score Goals against the best defenders in the World)

    • Wakaso Mubarak (5 feet 7′ + Winger + Penalty Kick Expert + Good Dribbler + Strong + Tackler + Quality Goal Finishing + Score Goals against the best defenders in the World)

    • Clifford Aboagye (Attacking Midfielder + Playmaker + Very Skillful + Elusive + Decisive + Very Fast + Quality Dribbler + Quality Ball Control + Quality Vision + Quality Passing + “Africa’s Lionel Messi”)

    Ghana Black Stars 2014 World Cup: FORWARDS

    • Kwame Nsor (6 feet 2′ Tall + Decisive + Strong + Fast + Skillful + Good Heading + Scores Goals)

    • Richmond Boakye (6 feet 1′ Tall + Strong + Elusive + Decisive + Good Heading + Score Goals against the best defenders in the World)

    • Asamoah Gyan (5 feet 11′ + Elusive + Score Goals against the best defenders in the World + Would be able to play very good with the 3 strikers: Richmond Boakye + Kwame Nsor + Kingsley Boateng)

    • Kingsley Boateng (5 feet 9′ + Elusive + Decisive + Super Super Super Fast + Quality Goal Finishing + Score Goals against the best defenders in the World) (Must be naturalized very quickly)

  3. Nana says:

    Huh ? Don’t make sense , what is tje point ?

  4. j-kay says:

    Who on God’s green wrote this pointless article? Gosh! And the player selection?

  5. Who told you Paintsil, Derek Boateng, Jordan Ayew and Richard Kingston will be selected . Stop kidding yourself.

  6. Raq says:

    Is the anyone proofreading articles before they are posted?
    Articles of this type and quality are a disgrace to Ghana.
    What is this “our team will have to defeat United States in June 16th”

  7. real sabacious says:

    It’s time for Sanni Diara to stop most of the wannabes journos from writing on this site.Aaaba!if u compare footy-ghana to gsn ,the difference is wide!thess dudes lacks alot in creating their own story.in doing do,they turn to spew rubbish over here!the most annoying of all is hyping players in a match they never watch.Always depending on match rating from goals,skysports etc

  8. Otto says:

    Absolutely useless!GSN,if u’re devoid of professional bloggers or writers,just put up an ad and save ur readers of this frequent sham!

  9. The truth says:

    they only want more comment on their page like i just did…

  10. Benito says:

    This is ridiculous,you have time to publish this piece of shit?

  11. Robert mensah says:

    strikers for Ghana must be Gyan,Warris and Jordan Ayew.